POA Board Update January 2020

150 150 The Point Owners Association, Inc.

This is a periodic update from The Point Owners Association, Inc. (POA) Board of Directors of matters that may be of general interest to the community. Please feel free to forward this e-mail to other residents in The Point. Additional information about our neighborhood is available at https://thepointatlkn.com

Annual Meeting 2020 – SAVE THE DATE
Please join us on Tuesday, February 18that 7PM in the Village Ballroom for the Annual POA Meeting.

The Annual Meeting is a wonderful time to meet POA Board Members, Hawthorne Management Company, Community Volunteers and other fellow neighbors. The meeting will last approximately 1 hour. Key topics include:

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • POA President’s Report
  • Recognition of our Community Volunteers
  • An overview of how POA funds are managed including year and over Cash Flow, Operating Expenses and the 2020 Budget
  • Recent community improvements
  • Projects planned for 2020
  • New Board Members will be announced

Doors will open at 6:30. We welcome and encourage all POA Members to attend and hope to see you there! 

Accidents on Brawley
We are saddened to report another wreck on Brawley School Road in recent weeks which caused someone to have to go to the hospital. This should go without being said, but please drive with caution. There are 834 completed homes in The Point, many of which have children and/ or pets. With the amount of walkers, runners, bikers, school buses and work trucks in our neighborhood, it is easy to know how dangerous it is to remove your eyes from the road for even a second. Please remember the speed limit is 45 MPH… frequently we have to slow down or stop for school buses, bikers and road work. The center lane is for turning ONLY and should not be used as a passing lane. Below is a recent incident in NC in which a driver took his eyes off the road and hit a school bus injuring 10:

Rentals in The Point:
As a reminder, it is against The Point’s CCRs (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) to rent your property for transient housing purposes. This includes listing your home for short-term accommodations on sites including, but not limited to: Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, FlipKey and Booking.com. For more information, please refer to Page 22 in the CCRs at https://nebula.wsimg.com/43b47c2b0c8ca3c04694c7523f1b8fa4?AccessKeyId=15DA65D84C344956289F&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

Security Reminder:
Please keep in mind that criminals look for easy targets and other potential advantages particularly on holiday weeks/ times when many people travel. Please keep your doors locked at all times, park vehicles in the garage or keep the doors locked, do not leave valuables in your vehicle, and keep garage doors closed, even during the day. If you have a home security system, turn it on when you are gone and also at night along with outdoor lights. Also, secure loose items on any boats or docks.

Emergencies, Non-Emergencies and Reporting a Crime:
If you have a fire, medical or life-threatening emergency call 911. For all Sheriff, Fire or EMS non-emergencies call 704-878-3100. This is the direct line to dispatch and is the best number to call for the quickest response.

Next Board Meeting:
Our next Board meeting will be held at 9:00 AM on January 21, 2020. If you wish to address the Board with relevant issues that apply to our community, please contact our management company at [email protected] or call 704-377-0114 by January 14th.


Brock Owen

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